Brother Nero.

Jeff Hardy returns to WWE as Brother Nero during The Ultimate Deletion

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After a couple of weeks of build-up and anticipation, The Great War is finally over as Woken Matt Hardy emerged victorious against Bray Wyatt at the Ultimate Deletion.

This is exactly what WWE fans wanted the company to do when they successfully brought back The Hardy Boyz after Matt’s genius saw the Final Deletion dominate the wrestling headlines when he was a part of Impact Wrestling.


Despite the Ultimate Deletion being filmed a couple of weeks ago at the Hardy Compound in Cameron, North Carolina, it still proved to be an engaging and entertaining spectacle to close Monday Night RAW this week - for those watching the show from home anyway.

Thankfully, WWE went all out and didn’t cut any corners to give us a budget version of the segment which took the then-Broken Matt to new heights and once more, made him a sought-after asset.

We saw all of the special appearances that really took this strange segment to the next level. Senor Benjamin played a pivotal role alongside Skarsgard the dilapidated boat, Vanguard 1 as well as Queen Rebecca.

We also saw several locations scattered around The Hardy Compound, ranging from the Dilapidated City, the Dome of Deletion, the Land of Obsolete Men along with the infamous Lake of Reincarnation where many expected the match would end.


However, other than the weird spectacle itself, the one things fans have been left talking about is the return of Jeff Hardy, where he had a cameo in the closing stages where both he and Senor Benjamin did the impossible by creeping ou The Eater of World with their rendition of ‘He’s Got The Whole World in His Hands.’

While Jeff didn’t get physical as he recovers from injury, there’s understandable excitement at what his return could have in store for him. This revolves around Jeff’s attire during his short stint in the segment, suggesting that when he does return, he could be coming back as Brother Nero as opposed to his regular character.

Brother Nero’s arrival came thanks to the Lake of Reincarnation, and following Wyatt’s vague tweet before RAW aired, it suggests that Wyatt too will be returning as an altered character.

Now, all we can do is wait for Jeff to return so that we can finally see the Brother Nero character inside of a WWE ring.

What did you make of Brother Nero’s arrival in WWE at the Ultimate Deletion? Have YOUR say in the comments section below.

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